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washington, d.c. and new york city. these locations will start to see rain on wednesday and new england states will see rain from your wednesday afternoon because frigid air is blanketing parts of the eastern half of the u.s. and rain may change over to snow in areas like new york city, massachusetts, and southern quebec into your thursday. out towards the west then we have another low pressure system which is weakening over the western great lakes region and that is producing rain and snow and the system will weaken and move towards the southeast so chicago will turn dry as we head into wednesday. back behind another storm system is moving into british columbia in the pacific northwest bringing coastal rain and heavy mountain snow and they will see an additional 20 centimeters of snowfall. to the south dry conditions and temperatures on the mild side, 24 degrees expected in los angeles, 23 in denver, and on the other hand very chilly, only 6 degrees in new york city, 7 in washington, d.c., and millions of households are without electricity so this is definitely critical situation. movi
is in the small peninsula community of seabright, new jersey, not far from new york city to the south along the jersey shore. >> reporter: good evening, brian, you don't see this often, there is accumulation and flooding, here in the town of seabright, we have the ocean in front of me, the river behind me. it floods during nor'easters and got hit hard by hurricane sandy. you can see that in the buildings behind me. now, this town along with the rest of coastal new jersey is wondering what they will wake up to. ten days after hurricane sandy ripped apart the jersey shore, towns are scrambling to prepare for the first major winter storm, and restore the battered coastline. the weather channel's mike seidel this morning? here at point pleasant beach, they spent the morning bringing sand out to the beach, building a dune that is twice as high but not as wide, as the one wiped out by hurricane sandy. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie warned this hurricane could stall the restoration efforts. >> i hate setbacks, i don't tolerate them well, but this one i can't control. the weather i
the region. police cars in new york city patrolled low-lying neighborhoods, urging people to evacuate again. the approaching nor'easter brought a wintry mix of cold and snow and possibly, minor flooding in already damaged coastal areas. new york mayor michael bloomberg: >> we haven't and won't order the kind of large scale evacuation we ordered in advance of hurricane sandy but if you are experiencing significant flooding during sandy you should consider taking shelter with friends and family at a safer spot or using one of the city's storm center shelters. >> sreenivasan: in new jersey, thousands of storm-weary people braced for their brush with the new storm, even as cleanup efforts continued from "sandy". governor chris christie suggested it was a little like the biblical plagues. >> when i finally got that final kind of, forecast that i got last night, i said i'm waiting for the locusts and pestilence next, you know. >> sreenivasan: the storm could also bring wind gusts of 65 miles an hour-- bedeviling efforts to restore power to more than 600,000 customers still in the dark in new jers
this neighborhood where i am here in lower manhattan and new york city. once again we're talking about storm surges. as a matter of fact, there are almost no restaurants open down here. when i was walking down to the exchange, it was starting to snow a little bit. the wind is picking up because another nor'easter ishitting the area right now. meteorologist todd gross is tracking this storm. >> this won't be as bad as last week but the snow is a big wild card as i've been telling you for the past couple of days. it is just pushing in right now. you can see it from boston down through new york city to philadelphia. mostly snow, just inland from the coast and mostly rain right on the shorelines. several problem spots. first of all, just south of boston. not only very windy but a big storm surge coming in there later this afternoon. and again at high tide later tonight. also out on the eastern tip of cape cod, out towards nantucket, winds already to 55 miles an hour likely to gust to 60. so some damaging winds there. then there's that new york city vicinity area in terms of the snow. it's a big wild ca
. it's a wide area. it's snowing from massachusetts into connecticut and areas north of new york city. moderate snow is falling in parts of new jersey. it looks like the moisture cranked inland. we could have the moisture make it to the metro area. not a lot of it. not much in the way of problems for us. here in northeastern maryland there could be as well as northern delaware. the philadelphia area could get quite a bit of snow out of it. we'll keep you informed about that in the afternoon hours. doug and veronica will be here. we'll have special updates to watch the progress of the storm. the temperatures are well above freezing. low to mid-40s. the road temperatures right now around 40 degrees, so that is really a mitigating factor for precipitation that falls. a winter weather advisory for northeastern maryland. a winter storm warning for northern delaware, new jersey and philadelphia where they could get four, five, six inches of wet snow later today. for us, i don't think it's going to happen. hour-by-hour, might have a few flakes falling by 2:00. late afternoon and the evening
new york city, long island, up towards new england. some snow totals are quite impressive. one of our computer models indicating over six inches in some of these spots. impacts heading into the overnight, rain heavy at times. some will mix along the coastline. we could see freezing rain, sleet. it will be a nasty ride home, a nasty commute ride home. winds up to 65 miles an hour. heavy know in the interior mountains. we'll have to head in the forecast next several hours. it is now casting instead of forecasting. look at eight inches for trenton, new jersey. five inches for new york city. up towards connecticut, 4 1/2 inches. this is one of our computer models did. we could see impressive snow totals for this time of year. winter weather advisories up along the coast battered by hurricane sandy up towards new england. unfortunately this is bad situation. if it was run of i will in northeaster without sandy yeah we could deal with it. we dealt with it with it before. everything is fragile. including people without homes, people without power. temperatures below freezing tonight. that is
into parts of new york city and long island. we have another six hours to get through this. the winds will be 50 to 60 miles an hour. look at this, by 3:00 in the morning the snow is gone across jersey. gone in towards much of new york city. it is out of here by tomorrow morning. so that's good. we'll see the wind die down by tomorrow afternoon. we still have winter storm warnings in effect from maine down to the parts of the mid-atlantic. interior areas, isolated six inches. for the most part certainly nothing like we saw but an insult to injury getting this kind of the storm. liz: rick, thank you so much for the insult and injury. david: aren't you glad you didn't have to deal with that last night? imagine that, last night, would you be out in the snow. many folks in the northeast are trying to recover from superstorm sandy as the threat of the nor'easter presses on. head to an area once again in the storm's path. liz: liz macdonald live in staten island with the fox biz crew. liz? >> good to be with you, liz and david. we're? zone a of staten island. we're in a business district, o
this in rockaway park, just outside new york city. really hard-hit areas, they are not just covered in snow. and just a mess. and get this. more than 22,000 people, tonight, have lost power from this new storm already. and we've got a whole night of nor'easter ahead. an ice cold coating of fresh misery. and it has plenty of company tonight. with a new storm on the way. how do you feel? >> tired. exhausted, but hey, what am i going to do? this is life. >> reporter: you can see it on every block. and in every tattered home. this is the water line, right? >> yes. >> reporter: up to -- >> 53 inches. >> reporter: after a week of cleaning up, regina mcmanus had to shut down the generator she's been living off. bringing it inside to protect it from the nor'easter. without power, the temperature in the house is already at 45 degrees and dropping. >> another one's coming, but i'm being reassured that it's going to be a flood zone this time. >> reporter: police are pleading with people to seek shelter. and those shelters are making room by carting out bulky bags of donations. >> we're trying to do is
and expect a slow ride home, and of course, again, across new york city we are already crippled with our transit system, so this is going to be a long haul. the next 24 to 36 hours. rain heavy at times. wind gusts, sometimes exceeding 65 miles per hour depending how far inland the storm moves in. heavy snow for the interior and mountains. that could change, jon. one of the har december things to forecast is the no totals. they could go up or down. the one thing is for certain the area is so vulnerable and we'll see more reports of power outages. i talked to my husband they are core dong off some of the trees in the neighborhood because they think they are going to come down with this storm system. it's awful. jon: so many problems, people without power already and more to come it sounds like. >> reporter: we'll try to keep you up to date as best as we can. jon: janice dean thank you. jenna: the president with a host of foreign policy challenges ahead of him in his second term from the crisis in syria and fears that could spread elsewhere in the mideast to the race to stop iran from getti
, new york city, and 16 degrees below normal at 41 and 48 in richmond and 58 in memphis, and so you can see that the cold temperatures in the >>> 7:39 on a wednesday morning. the sun's been out for about an hour. we'll have to wait a couple more hours before it breaks through these low clouds in san jose. you might not get out of the fog of the immediate coast today. on shore flow has resumed. temperatures will drop off by about 15 to 20 degrees from yesterday's high. 74 degrees in livermore. 73 in gilroy today. 68 in freemont. 67 degrees in san francisco today. as we head through the next couple of days, the 60s and rain on the way. >>> and that's your latest weather. impact in detail in the next hour. matt? >> all right, al. stay warm. next, how wall street is likely to react to president obama's victory. a little later on, on a lighter note, a live interview with "twilight" star kristen stewart, but first, these messages. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspi
. look out west. temperatures anywhere from nine to 21 degrees above normal. in the east, new york city, 16 degrees below normal at 41. 48 in richmond. 58 in memphis. you can see the cold temperatures in the northeast. that's why we are going to see snow out of this system. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, storm team 4 radar showing light rain south, east and northeast from washington. the heavier rains along the atlantic sea board. winds are picking up. gusts around 30 miles per hour now. we could get snow on grassy areas this afternoon into this evening accumulating. a dusting around the metro area. the areas north and east could get one to three inches, mainly on grassy areas. >> and that's your latest weather. we're going to look at this nor'easter's impacts in detail coming up in the next half hour. matt? >> all right, al. thank you very much. stay warm. >>> up next, how wall street is likely to react to president obama's victory. a little later on, on a lighter note, a live interview with twilight star k
to read. in the mid '50s, live in the outer boroughs of new york city, in my case the bronx, was comfortable but provincial. and my curiosity extended far beyond the bounds of my home and school. i wanted to know more about people in other places. what was happening in the world now, what had happened in the past, and quite simply how i came to be. books were my passports, and i consumed them voraciously. but i came to writing later than most. in my late '30s after having raised my three children. my generation, those of us born during and after world war ii, numbered in the millions. and we were asking questions that demanded to be answered. we had come of age in the heat of the escalating war in vietnam. and we didn't know why our brothers were fighting so far away for a cause that was so difficult to understand. and the role of women in society was changing rapidly. my friends, educator with traditional values but a deep sense of personal ambition, wanted to know how to be true to ourselves, yet remain committed to our husbands and our children. as a young mother i had st
the country afford another missed opportunity? good morning from new york city. it is the day after, wednesday, november 7, 2012. we have a special two-hour edition of "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. ahead this morning, senator elect angus king of maine. who he will kau can cuss with. maggie hassan of new hampshire. new york congressman steve israel as well as my man that i like to talk about in the future of the republican party, mike murphy. righto my first reads. it took president obama exactly 12 minutes longer to win his second term than a first one. we called the 2000 race at 11:00. this time at 11:12 p.m. we're not even 12 hours removed from that moment yet and it's clear that the second obama term will face enormous challenges in trying to resolve the country's if iscal future and create a governing coalition to make that happen in washington but, first, let's look at how the president made his victory happen. the president put together a decisive electoral college victory winning at least 303 votes to romney's 206 and at this hour in florida where the president leads by it looks
faber has an exclusive interview with ceo randall stephenson live from new york city. futures look weak down 1/14. "squawk on the street" live from post nine is back in a minute. i was in the ambulance and i was told to call my next of kin. at 33 years old, i was having a heart attack. now i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i didn't know this could happen so young. take control, talk to your doctor. ♪ welcome to the world leader in derivatives. welcome to superderivatives. >>> president obama enjoying an election victory. phil lebeau joins us from mccormick place in chicago where the speech took place talking about the mood there today and the hard work begins again. >> reporter: it will be interesting to see over the next couple of weeks besides the fiscal cliff what else do we hear from the obama administration in terms of priorities for the second term? as you mentioned, it was just a few hours ago that the president came out and gave his victory speech and even though he did not win all of the swin
of the city. and david lee is in new york with the latest. david lee? >> the storm has arrived and look over my shoulder. off in the distance you can see the angry atlantic ocean and there is someone we can actually get a camera, one of the few people venturing out to look at the rising tide. we do expect there could be a surge of between 3' to 5' less than was experienced during the mega storm a few days ago. the good news is they say this is not any significant flooding and the mayor alerting people telling police to drive around the city using loudspeakers warning them to leave. the boardwalk in long beach, you can roll a bowling ball down it and not hit anything. look at apartments, all evacuated all without power. a crew tried to pump the sand from the previous storm out of the parking lot. they were unsuccessful. the recovery from the first storm now made difficult by this nor'easter and perhaps best summed up by chris christie the governor of new jersey, when he heard the forecast, he wondered what was next? is it going to be locust? we hope not. so far we are in for a rough night. >>
and people vulnerable, it will just add insult to injury. getting reports of snow in atlantic city toward new york, jfk reporting snowflakes as well. into southern connecticut and new england. freezing rain or sleet, it'll be dangerous in some cases, so just prepare, things are crippled in terms of getting home and getting to work. 65 miles per hour, heavy snow for the intersections and coastal flooding and erosion not good news unfortunately for this battered area. dagen: when will it be over? >> friday. everything is so vulnerable, we will see additional power lines down, additional power going out, roads closed off. a bad situation altogether for the very weak coastline. connell: these poor people have already been hit so hard already. what a day. dagen: and here it is, colorado voting to legalize marijuana for recreational use. 53% of voters saying yes to this measure. we are right on. connell: state o the state of wn doing the same thing. judge andrew napolitano is here. this is our feel-good story of the day. >> a lot of interesting implications. one is political because the legislature
where there's an eupbt kuwaited system. new york has 11,000 state agencies, for example. iowa had 99 counties, 35 miles apart, everyone was a separate auditor and clerk of courts and everything else municipalities are reaching out and shutting down local agencies and bringing in private enterprise and working out a compact with them to make it more efficient to free up revenue and to give people hope the system can be k work for them. so that's one of the ways we need to nurture our leaders. i think we've been drawing from the same well for too long in terms of the people who are in washington. >> david brooks, is this a center right country or a center left country? >> i think demonstrably a center right country. just do the polling. the pew research center asked people where are you on a scale from 0 to 5, 0 being conservative, 5 being liberal. they're about a 2/3 or 2/2. so they e themselves as center right. they're suspicious of government but they think government should give them a helping hand with pell grants. if i could give advice to the republican party assuming they're go
tribune" to "obama wins in his adopted city" "the washington post." the "new york times" proclaimed it's obama's night while "los angeles times" told readers it's obama again. even though florida still hasn't officially been called for either candidate, the miami herald says it's obama. cnn white house correspondent brianna keilar's been keeping track of what the president's been doing since his victory speech early this morning. brianna, the president should be landing back in washington very soon taking marine one over to the white house. he's got a full agenda ready i assume. >> reporter: he does. and i will tell you, wolf, the white house is keeping it under wraps as far as what happens after he arrives at the white house. but we know he'll land obviously at andrews air force base. we're expecting that not too long after 5:00 eastern. and then he'll come here to the white house landing on the south lawn in marine one. the first time he's been back to the white house knowing that he'll be here for another four years. this morning he did wake up in chicago as we await for him to leav
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